Hits the salty, creamy spot at dinnertime. I’ve only used this as a paste on rolled romaine and kale leaves.  

Recipe Directions

1. Blend all ingredients. Throw 1/2 a carrot in the food processor if you want it chunky and sweeter.

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By pearjoy

Hits the salty, creamy spot at dinnertime.

I’ve only used this as a paste on rolled romaine and kale leaves.

 

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no oil and half a lemon. When you puree the cauliflower (a little water to get it all out of the mixer) it just tastes thick and midly sweet; compliments the other strong flavours quite nicely.

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the morning glories are amazing

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I'm thinking leeks?

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Zucchini is sooo much better than cauliflower in this, thank you RCB!! I've blended it on it's own and mixed it with fruit to make a fat-free version of radish_man's Fruit Fool http://www.therawtarian.com/community/recipe/mixed-summer-fruit-fool

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I'm thinking leeks?

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fabulous idea RCB. This was a pilot recipe, please make any modifications!

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Yes.. to low fat!!! and will try it with a extra clove of garlic for winter 'antibiotics'..this will be good with jicama 'fries'..

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Yes, I like the idea of cauli as a base and i was thinking of adding some seeded zucchini to add a little creaminess. How do you think that would work Pear?

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Great idea to use cauli as a base for hummus instead of nuts and garbanzos which can be quite starchy, Will try it.

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It's great to hear about new ways to eat veggies. Thanks.

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This looks fantastic! I can't wait to try it after the Master Cleanse!

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juice of half a lemon

thanks for the kind words Marichiesa and RCBAlive

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Pear, do you put half a lemon in the processor or the juice of half a lemon? I am intrigued by the recipe and really want to try it.

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Gorgeous colors in your photo btw. ;O)

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Yeah! What a great recipe. I'm making it tomorrow straight away! Thanks!!

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the morning glories are amazing

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no oil and half a lemon. When you puree the cauliflower (a little water to get it all out of the mixer) it just tastes thick and midly sweet; compliments the other strong flavours quite nicely.

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Sorry for the empty post. Do you taste the cauliflower taste or does it actually taste like hummus? I assume that you used the juice of 1/2 lemon. Is that correct? Did you use any additional liquid? Any oil? I am always looking for low fat/no fat recipes and I love hummus!

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leaves a marvelous aftertaste

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